The Best Western Plus Manor Hotel Meriden
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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I'm spending two weeks in Birmingham! And my niece and nephew are awesome! Ava now gets me put her to bed every night! It's great! And this time she'll remember me! I made a pavlova with her and that went very well! We've also gone to some indoor play places which she has really enjoyed. she likes showing me what she can do! Saturday we went to a beer festival! It ...
... final hunt was on the 31st. The Atherstone hunt met at the kennels. This time I rode Ben, a bay cob. I was quite nervous as I hadn't jumped home before, and he was a bit more of a goer than George. But the first fence was a small friendly one and after that we were away. We covered a lot of ground and jumped probably 40 fences including some more great hedges. The antis were out in full swing following us over private land ...
... by a veritable flash mob of brummies walking their dogs, oh joy !"What's a Brummie?", for those of you that don't know, ( those that do, please just ignore this bit) it is the common term for someone from Birmingham, thought to have originated from 'Brummagem' an early name for the city. With very few exceptions the Brummies we met were all very nice and easy to talk to even if we did struggled to understand some of them. Voted as Englands most boring city at ...
... her words, not mine) is of an age to still work, and he will again, she said . . . Once started in conversation, the English will tell you their whole life stories! A quick walk across a bridge to a very pleasant dockside restaurant, where we had a decent, leisurely meal. The countryside is so green and beautiful - fields of crops, alternated with cow and sheep pastures, and an occasional horse. Sometimes they come ...
... which runs all the way down to London, eventually joining the Thames at Brentford. So this canal was local to my home (about 2km away) when I was growing up. It is funny now to think back to those times when the entire canal network in the UK was totally neglected, and one had the feeling then that if it didn't cost so much, people would gladly have filled them in. They were revolting dank, slimy stretches of water where if you fell in you really did need a tetanus shot at ...